Lorin Maazel conducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in a traditional programme of music by the Strauss family, Franz von Suppe and Joseph Hellmesberger (son). The musicians are joined by the Viennese State Opera Ballet dancing to music at historic Viennese locations. Introduced by Brian Kay from the opulent Golden Hall of the Musikverein. Music by Richard Strauss features in Proms on Four on Tuesday at 12.35am
Robert de Niro and James Woods star in director Sergio Leone's cinematic swan song, an epic crime drama about two Jewish gangsters from New York, charting their lives from childhood, through their glory years during Prohibition, and their reunion 35 years later.
Noodles, an ageing mobster haunted by his memories, is lured back to New York by a mysterious letter. His mind drifts back to his friend Max and their Lower East Side gang's rise to power.
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